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... of the time. We didn't sweat so much and didn't see many faces during the rainy spells. We managed to cover 84km to reach Grein, which doesn't give me very good vibes as a city to be honest. Only one restaurant opened after 9, a shady campsite, also not helped by rain... Anyways tomorrow we shall be on our way to cover half of the 165km separating us from Vienna, and should be there on Saturday ...
... middle of the mountains for a nice walk and coffee and cake! The feeding frenzy continues! I nthe Lonely Planet Austria, they say the two things you must do in Austria is shake Hands with everyone and Keep eating the Food, they weren't joking. they are genuinely upset if you refuse Food! I'll Need two seats to travel home!
... to a vineyard which had 'open house' this week. Apparently they are allocated one week each quarter to open up a wine cellar in their yrds , for Snacks and sampling this year's produce! the place was packed, but we squeezed in at the end of a Long table, and set to to sample away. At 2 Euro per large glass, it was a good evening. I had a muscatelle, a neuchatel and a sparkling rose before finishing with a Riesling! As for the Snack platter, the photos say it all!
... and we had not planned the day very well. I was thankful at this point that Jess had no sharp objects in her bag as I fear she would have unleashed her wrath on Austria. We started walking up the path and the rain got heavier and heavier so we checked the forecast and there was still 0% chance of rain for the rest of the day so that reassured us despite us getting wet. We were all in shorts and t-shirts and sandals as when Jess had packed the ...
... and got some gelato to lick on the way up then hill. Since it is hard to get cold drinks here, we find we have been using our ice cream stops to scratch that itch. I got lemon and it was like lemonade in a cone. :)
When we got to the Abbey, we paid our fare for the ticket and went inside. The Abbey not only still functions with monks and such, but is quite the museum as well. We looked at crazy relics with bits and pieces of old saints in them, and ...